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Range fee

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by dashootist, Jan 9, 2011.

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Annual range fee

Poll closed Feb 8, 2011.
  1. < 100

    65 vote(s)
    42.5%
  2. 100 - 200

    54 vote(s)
    35.3%
  3. 200 - 300

    18 vote(s)
    11.8%
  4. 300 - 400

    10 vote(s)
    6.5%
  5. 400 - 500

    4 vote(s)
    2.6%
  6. > 500

    2 vote(s)
    1.3%
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  1. dashootist

    dashootist Member

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    High volume shooters, how much do you pay annually for range fee?

    The local indoor range wants $500/yr for unlimited use and 3 free FFL transfer.
     
  2. RugerBob

    RugerBob Member

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    Our clu has 2 ranges and its a 100 a year. Morning till dark. No waiting till whenever people are awake.
     
  3. CoastieShep

    CoastieShep Member

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    The range I go to is 300 the first year, then 100 yearly after that, or $14 each time. But active duty military is free, as long as they don't have anything special going on. So, I don't pay anything.
     
  4. jrpbullrider

    jrpbullrider Member

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    For the most part I do not pay anything But I do a few times a year and when I do it is $10.00 a day. Where I shoot I can shoot anywhere from point blank range to 500 yards.
     
  5. bigfatdave

    bigfatdave Member

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    $75 / year for unlimited 24/7 access to the 50-yard indoor range, daylight access to the 100-yard outdoor range, and all the lead dust I can eat.

    You're getting hosed!
     
  6. dusty14u

    dusty14u Member

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    $150 per year

    20 covered benches @50yds
    15 covered benches @100yds
    full trap & skeet range
    indoor 50ft open 24/7
    air rifle complex

    small lake for fishing
     
  7. BullfrogKen

    BullfrogKen Moderator Emeritus

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    $70.00 Family annual fee for one club I belong to.
    $40.00 Single Adult annual fee for another.
    And $25.00 Single Adult for the third.


    I can visit any many times as I want, no extra fees except for maybe a small match fee, or practice night donations.



    I stay away from for-profit ranges, which is what you're looking at.
     
  8. va1911

    va1911 Member

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    $200 a year for indoor which gives me 6 lanes at 15 yds and 6 lanes at 25 yds. Then another $24 per year for a separate outdoor range run by the state where I get my 100 yds and a 15 yds pistol range. That one is closed Jan-Feb and I don't like shooting in the cold anyway :)
     
  9. ljnowell

    ljnowell Member

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    We have regular pistol and action pistol ranges and a nice rifle range with good shooting benches. We also have an air conditioned and heated clubhouse with kitchen and indoor bathrooms. 75 a year.
     
  10. RNB65

    RNB65 Member

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    I pay $100/year for unlimited use. 15yd handgun range. 25yd, 50yd and 100yd rifle ranges.
     
  11. david58

    david58 Member

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    About $135 if I don't do 12 hours work bond, ~$70 if I do.
     
  12. IncredibleGord

    IncredibleGord Member

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    $20 A shooter a day
     
  13. Spammy_H

    Spammy_H Member

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    My indoor range is $250 for an annual membership, which lets you bring anyone in your family.

    Otherwise, it's $20 for a lane and $10 for another person on the same lane.
     
  14. kk0g

    kk0g Member

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    $35/year
     
  15. gunnutery

    gunnutery Member

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    $25 per year.

    Trap range, small bore 100 yd range, 1-200 yd rifle range, 50 yd pistol range.
     
  16. longknife12

    longknife12 Member

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    $150 a year less $70 NRA discount. No visit fees.
    Dan
     
  17. mbopp

    mbopp Member

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    $167 a year includes access to the 25 yd indoor pistol range. Outdoors is a walk-through archery course, 50-yd covered pistol range, and covered 200 yd rifle range. There are other clubs around but none have indoor ranges.
     
  18. killchain

    killchain Member

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    $80/yr at a non-profit range.

    They have a $1 fee for your visit, $5 for non-members who come with you.

    It's a "You are your own RO" place, you're issued a key so you go whenever you want.

    10 booths, 50yds, indoor, electric target mounts.
     
  19. buck460XVR

    buck460XVR Member

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    My range fee DOUBLED this year.







    ....it went from $10 to $20.:D
     
  20. Garys001

    Garys001 Member

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    I pay $220 a year. Can bring one guest.

    Have a 100 (12 benches) & 200 (4 benches) yard rifle range. A trap tower for shotgun. We have "hogan's alley" for cowboy shooting, and we have a pistol pit with steel targets and 12 additional pistol pits.
     
  21. Matt018

    Matt018 Member

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    I pay 230 for unlimited indoor range, and get some perks such as a 10%discount on things in the pro shop. cheaper ammo, etc
     
  22. 451 Detonics

    451 Detonics Member

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    $35 a year, we allow full auto on the 35 and 50, plate racks are always available, steel silhouettes on the 25, 50, 100. Organized shoots twice a month. Planning on adding a 200 yard range. We know have overhead cover on the 100 with 4 benches and on the 25.

    Unlimited use, guests ok

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  23. Jed Carter

    Jed Carter Member

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    Blue Grass Sportsmans league 18 minutes south of Lexington KY $200 anual / unlimited use durring normal hours. Go to http://bgslinc.com for more information. When the weather is too bad I go to local indoor ranges (rarely) they are pricey at $12.50 per 1/2 hour. BGSL has Skeet, Trap, Sporting Clays, 300 yd rifle range, 12 to 100 yd General purpose pistol/rifle range, Tactical pistol pits (6) I think, NRA bullseye pistol range, air rifle range, Black powder ranges, archery ranges (including stands and 3d targets). Sanctioned sports like IDPA, IPSC/USPSA, NRA rifle and pistol, GSSF, Steel challenge etc, etc. All this on over 1400 acres. BGSL is a League of Clubs for all interests for most outdoor activities, that can make it even more gratifing, I am a Pistol Club member. They even have specials on membership for current and retired military and law enforcement. If you live in Central Kentucky you should check BGSL out, I have been a member for just over 3 years, I will probably be a member for life, can't wait till I retire and have even more time to spend there... in about 15 years.
     
  24. GoWolfpack

    GoWolfpack Member

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    Where is this? I'll join.
     
  25. leadaddict

    leadaddict Member

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    Local Sportsmans' Club is $50 per year. 10 acres of trap, skeet, 200 yd rifle/pistol with covered benches, pond. And only 2 miles from my house! :p

    What a deal!
     
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